How Much Wattage is in Your Cottage?

What Wattage Do You Typically Run?

  • Approx 400 - 800 watts per channel

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  • Approx 800 - 1000 watts per channel

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  • Approx 1200 watts per channel or more

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polarsounds

In Self-Imposed Exile
Okay, I'll take one for the team here...

The issue isn't Hoffman's Iron Law, or any engineering principle. (And both Bob and Nick are probably very familiar with that law anyway, so they won't need to look it up.)

The issue is that you are being a jackass.

One person comes out and says that he's got a Bose system that he likes. Your response: Bose sucks.

A DJ, former band member, and rocket scientist says that he's heard the Bose and thought it sounded pretty good. Your response: Bose sucks - look at the specs.

A man whose done as many a-b gear comparisons as you've had hot meals says that, no really, it's pretty good. Have you heard it? Your response: Bose sucks - I don't have to hear it.

Yet another member says you should really listen to it before making blanket statements like that. It sounds good. Your response: Bose sucks - I don't have to hear it - reference Hoffman's Iron Law for why Bose sucks - end of story.

You get called on your behaviour. Your response: Well, lookie who's being unprofessional - touchy, touchy, touchy - Bose still sucks - can it hit this spec?

Please get over yourself!
 

Brandon Fisher

Active Member
I am quite sorry that this has all taken place. Someone who admits there a noob argueing with professionals (scratchin' my head on that one). I am also sorry that Cap has decided to leave the site because of your ignorance. Like I told Bob earlier I've got his back on this one. So I am locking it down until he or Nick decide where to go from here.
 
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